Ocularly


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Oc´u`lar`ly


adv.1.By the eye, or by actual sight.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'Years have elapsed, since I had an opportunity of ocularly perusing the lineaments, now familiar to the imaginations of a considerable portion of the civilized world.
Chicken antisera to IBD virus: Antisera against IBDV was raised in three specific pathogen free chickens by infecting chicken intra ocularly using 0.5 ml of commercially imported inactivated vaccine D-78.
The brightly lit globes that ocularly 'oversee' the installation appeared to gaze out from an abstracted work of figuration whose contents demanded a fresh method of mapping, one equal to its ambition perpetually to morph into new forms.
Another bonus for the ocularly challenged is that the menu is printed in giant letters on an A3 card - perfect for dad.
There's also half-brother Tyson (Douglas Smith), an 'ocularly challenged' cyclops whose otherwise impressively realistic one eye shifts slightly from one side of his nose to the other.
If one did breach the boundary that set off the masquing space (which embedded masques allowed the playhouse audience to do, at least ocularly), one would encounter further sets of boundaries inside, extending the social repercussions of space into the performance area.